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. former secretary state hillary clinton is getting another boost to her expected but not announced plans to run for president. senator tim kaine says he's ready for hillary, saying she's shown grace handling all problems in her years of public service. >>> the scene of yesterday's violent clashes. it was the deadliest day in months. at least 42 people were killed overnight as fire broke out amid protests in the southern port city of odessa. pro-russian separatists and government supporters clashed in the streets and threw firebombs and stones as riot police attempted to suppress the flare-up. today, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov said the u.s. should call on ukraine to halt its military operations but he did agree on b on the need to a to the agreement made in geneva. we touched base a short time ago with correspondent james match who's on the ground there. >> reporter: the authorities here in ukraine insist their offensive to regain control of the eastern part of their country is not over. despite a day of setbacks yesterday in which they lost men and at least two helicopters. t
clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
review board. >> eli, we have a minute left. in the end, does the buck stop with secretary clinton and does this become an issue in 2016? >> i think this is an issue in 2016 for hillary clinton in two ways. she will be running on her tenure of secretary of state. this is something that because it was a diplomatic post and requests for more security that were not given to the time would be seen as a failure. the second thing is her own accountability review board which she tout a number of times never interviewed her and never found senior officials accountable for benghazi and blamed it on mid officials, one reinstated by john kerry because his dismissal and punishment at the time was not warranted. that could come back to haunt her. >> eli lake, thank you. >> thank you. >>> there is fashion, there is gossip and a lot of celebrities. it is not the oscars, but a lot of politicos that can learn a lot at the white house correspondents dinner. >>> and one locks himself in the studio. all the makings of a political thriller? that's because it is. beautiful day in baltimore where most pe
or clinton to run for president in 2016 or as hillary rodham put it not a problem. >> that's really good: "fox & friends" this saturday morning. thanks so much for waking up with us. the word dude rears its ugly head once in a while. >> like ashton kutcher dude, where is my car. >> fast times at ridgemont high you don't expect to to hear it from the national security spokesperson when he is being interviewed on "special report" with bret baier. did you see the interview with bret baier. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points. >> maybe i don't remember. >> you don't remember. >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude, it is the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we are talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. >> this is almost two years ago. first of all it was about 20 months ago. not even two years ago it has taken way too long for all of this in the first place. are you showing any respect for the four innocent americans who lost their lives and their families by not preparing for an intervi
somebody for this crap. clinton on the o'hand swam through his because the economy was really good some of the con tenlts of most of the politics, personality and all, oftentimes comes in that package, that box that says how you doing? >> that's the whole atmosphere, you know. and so you take on the characteristics of the atmosphere, your term in office does. so change the atmospherics, you know, because the atmospherics should be getting better. >> that's what they're trying to do. they're making a big message if the news is bad, they're going be the ones that give the middle class and the working class a chance at fighting back. that is the sort of elegant and overarching strategy here. we know it's not that much better, so we're going to keep telling you guys that we're the ones fighting. >> i'm a little concerned about the president. everyone says you shouldn't brag and i know the bush family never bragged, but the fact is, that's old money talking. old money does haven't to brag. >> new money does. >> yeah. and i i've watched the feed of some good democratic candidates because they
committee can discover, this is whether or not it goes up to the president and secretary clinton. >> do you see this as designed to thwart a hillary clinton effort in 2016? >> michael, let me get to it in one second. i think in what christian has said, this is the guts of it. i've been an intelligence officer for 20 years, and the first thing you are taught is that first reports are often wrong. and i think in your interview, and in fact in the beth jones e-mail and the ben rhodes discussion of the talking points what you see is a white house trying to get to the bottom of what happened. it was not clear what happened initially. and again, i just don't understand why the committees, after nine hearings, close to 50 briefings from the administration on the issue, are not focusing on trying to fix the problems, for example, such as greater support for our diplomats abroad. quick diplomatic security forces where they're needed and making sure the department of defense and state can defend. >> so do you think it is politically motivated with an eye toward secretary clinton running in 2016? >> w
block? >> let me finish what i think. hillary clinton said we know islamic radicals kill these people, what difference does it make anymore? >> because they covered it up. if they did it before, they will do it again. >> every administration covers up things. >> should they cover up because it makes the president look bad? >> who cares? who cares? average american is not saying, gee, i wonder what happened with benghazi. go after the fbi, go after all the things we're talking about. we've overkilled this. the republicans are using this for political reasons. not that they don't care about four people dead, do you think it would be in a committee -- >> if you were admitting that this was used to win an election. >> that didn't win an election. it was a piece of winning an election. >> i'm sorry. it was part of him wing. >> it was the flour in the batter. >> if you look at incumbent houses they are going out of their way to avoid controversy -- >> you know what else dude said last night that no one had ever said in 20 months. he said president obama was not in the situation room. we're
matched against hillary clinton and you were the only republican to beat her. any comment? >> i look at jeb bush as a colleague, not a competitor. i would look at hillary clinton a competitor of ideas. whether or not i run or jeb bush runs, our ideas clash, because i really do believe we have way too much government. i think the manner which we hasn'ted foreign policy asia disaster. so it -- is a disaster, so it be a clash of ideas. i don't know we have that many clashes. >> you say you're pretty close? >> on many things we are there would be nuances youch don't take any two republicans anywhere and they would agree on 100 things but probably aglow on 58 to 90 and that makes us closer than i would be to nancy pelosi or hillary clinton or harry reid or barack obama. >> i see that argument. i'm going to give you another shot. an iowa poll, you're fame with it. let me tell the audience. an iowa poll, you came out on top. ahead of paul ryan and ahead of jeb bush. not by much but you're out ahead. in iowa. what's that -- what would that tell our audience, governor huckabee? >> the people
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
're already hearing sort of the ways we might hear the economy talked about in 2016. bill clinton gave a speech this week where he talked about the prosperity of the 1990s and how he helped usher that in. that can be laying the ground work for a potential hillary clinton run in 2016. instead of them talking about what's going on in the economy now, you hear them harkin back to the good old days, the golden years of a way of enticing voters and getting them riled up as opposed to focusing on near-term policy issues. >> there's been a lot of talk from this administration and others around the globe, we have to do more to support smaller companies. they're the job creators and the drivers of growth. are the small businessmen, the smaller companies, now hiring or not? >> it appears that they are. when we looked at the reports from adt yesterday, what we did see is that the smaller companies are hiring the indicators again, the surveys of small businesses indicate they're hiring but doing so cautiously. they don't want to get too far ahead of where the economy is, but they are confident tha
kind of interactions have you had? remember when hillary clinton was the secretary of state? was one of her top aids and she had a special arrangement. special employee at the statement department. also have outside clients corporate clients very funky arrangement. senator grassley wanted to know how many of these special employees do you have at the state department. evidence never found out. it was a couple of years later when a liberal organization got a leak and we finally found out. >> i don't know. i think that they just don't even try, congress. out of any administration. but, panel, let me go to 2016. today former president george w. bush making a big endorsement. >> i hope general -- jeb runs. i think he would be a great president. i have no clue what's on his mind. and we will talk when he is ready. i can guarantee you. he is not looking at a poll to decide whether or not he wants to run. it's internal. he is checking his core. and as he said publicly i'm thinking about my family. and, of course, he knows full well what a run for the presidency can do on family. after all h
chiefs and sec deck to move necessary assets into the region. >> when hillary clinton talks to him by phone at 10:00 p.m., he's where? >> i don't know. i don't have a tracking device on him in the residence. >> why is that important, brett? >> why is it important is because you have a lot of stuff happening. this is in the middle of the attack. we don't know where the u.s. ambassador is for a long time there and then they eventually find out that he's dead. now the white house situation room, i've been in there, it's not a big place. if tommy is in there all night and he says the president wasn't there, he's not in a different place. you would know when the president was there. can the president handle crisis from other parts of the white house? of course. when stuff breaks, most times, officials go to the place where there is communication equipment, all the intelligence coming in in the situation room. this case, the president was not there. >> you also pressed him on who changed the talking points among the many others, cia produced talking points, changed and what we were fed o
clinton. she once again is implicated in what did she know, when did she know it? it was on her watch, not john kerry's watch. >> they should find a big bail of straw and grasp at it. this is grasping of straws. >> this has been litigated, relitigated. there's been a review process. it was really tough on this administration. they accepted all that stuff. this is one random e-mail. it's not even about benghazi. it's about the protest. they grabbed this and would run with it. what the republicans have done, they have perfected the art of taking a random fact and whipping it up into a conspiracy. this is a conspiracy theory looking for a conspiracy. >> you know, you're trying out for jay carney's job. this is an absurdity. this is a long e-mail written in the white house during the period we're talking about. >> yes. >> by the way that's factually wrong about egypt as much as it is factually wrong about benghazi but to suggest that -- >> here's the thing. >> to suggest this say random thing, look at the length of the e-mail. >> if you look at what is going on here, nothing has changed a
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to including secretary of state hillary clinton. one would think that you are reviewing what the state department did, you talk to the top person. back in the clip that you ran, they absolutely did not think it was a protest as early as 3:15 in the morning september 12th. this goes along with the cstation chief in libya told the cheadquarters it was a terror attacks and why the cia top officials. deputy director morel would be writing a talking point that said it was a spontaneous protest. you had military and cia officials saying it was an attack and not a protest. >> clearly the obama administration and hillary clinton campaign if there is such a thing, would like the store tore to go away. jay carney's exasperation every time a question of benghazi comes, it shoes. he tries to suggest that it is dealt with can old news. why is the story not going away? >> well, there are new facts and the old questions don't get answered. a scandal only continues if there are new fact ands there is significance to the ben rhed ones talking points that he wrote for a prep session perfect susan rice c
what side of the aisle he's on. he was a clinton democrat. >> let's start about deals, tax inversions. how should this company think about tax inversions? the iconic nature of a company like that. for the first time thinking they want to effectively relocate for practical purposes at least the holing company is for tax purposes for a 5% spread on taxes. >> it's a billion dollars a year. >> and the uk tax system as being better than hours. what do we have to do? >> you have a short-term problem and long-term problem. i'm talking about political timetables. of course screams corporate tax reform. we need to reform corporate taxes in this country. both sides, you know, republicans and democrats agree on that. but tax reform takes a long time. that's why i say it's a long-term problem. if you just study history, the '86 tax reform act, other examples took a long time. three and four years actually from beginning to end occur. it is not going to happen quickly here. so the short-term question is, should we just sit back and let all of this happen. >> right. >> or should there be some inter
many bushes and too many clintons. even though hillary clinton -- 69% agree with what barbara bush said to matt lauer on the "today" show. we need somebody other than these two families. >> i feel like there's this fundamental disconnect, andrea. which is 7 in 10 people say, yes, we're done with these political dynasties. and then who are the two candidates that certainly are at or near the top? hillary clinton's case, at the top. jeb bush's case at the top or near the top. it's jeb bush and hillary clinton. if you don't like political dynasties, here's a hint, american electorate. don't vote for american dynasties. fascinating. not that people can't hold two different notions in their head. but on that question, it's kind of remarkable. >> by the way, though, the question is important for this reason. it is her fundamental problem, hillary clinton's problem, going to be potential problem. we don't know. is how does she look like the future? what we saw in the answer to that question is americans always believe in looking to the future. we want to always look ahead. we don't look liking
and certain clinton. hillary clinton, the former secretary of state, beating jeb bush, the former governor of florida, by a lot in this poll. somewhere around 53% i think overall. we're joined now by our chief political correspondent candy crowley live from washington. this is candy's first appearance on this hour too. we're very lucky to have you here. >> awfully nice to be with you guys. >> clinton versus bush. i feel like i've heard this before. >> it's a rerun. >> yes, it's a terrible echo in here. absolutely. and i think -- we can all say, look, polls are snapshots sometimes. if an election were held today between these two people, perhaps this is how it would turn out. but it's not going to happen today. and it's probably not going to be those two people unless we're really prescient. i think what i gather from this is that the bush name continues to be a drag nationally. i think things look very good for republicans in these midterm elections, in the senate races and the house races. nationally, the republicans have a problem. and it remains. and it's not the bush name in general, i
is shaping up like another clinton and another bush. our "wall street journal" poll has insights into the american political dynasties. >>> and the nba may say that donald sterling is banned for life, but does that mean that he has to sell the team? could he drag the whole thing out in court? we will talk to a lawyer next. hello? i'm trying my best. seriously, i'm...i'm serious. request to come ashore. geico. saving people money on more than just car insurance. (music) defiance is in our bones. defiance never grows old. citracal maximum. calcium citrate plus d. highly soluble, easily absorbed. female announcer: sleep train's interest free ends sunday. it's your last chance to get three years interest-free financing on beautyrest black, stearns & foster, serta icomfort; even tempur-pedic. plus, get free delivery, and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. but hurry! sleep train's interest free for 3 event, ends sunday. ♪ sleep train ♪ ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> now, the pressure is on nba team owners. will they vote to force disgraced owner donald st
was hillary clinton i would think that's the most attractive statistic that was available in this poll. the american electorate says they agree with democrats on a lot of issues but want a regulator, want a check on president obama in the form of an all republican congress. what that means and i know joe has talked about this before, what it means is that when hillary clinton starts her campaign in a fuller sense, she will be able to run as somebody who will do it better than obama did, that he had good intentions but she can deliver and this describes an electorate that's ready for a president not be obama but not necessarily a republican. >> joe, is this a message when the boyfriend says to you, i love blonde women, i just don't love you. like is it like we love the democrats, but just not you. >> well, there's a couple of things. one is that, look americans have loved divided government for quite some time now. and that's been happening for quite a while. looks like they love it even more. on the other hand there's a frustration with both parties and frankly there is one group that
they make insulting hurtful comments about israel. we see this going back to the clinton era. there always seems to be some kind of controversy. diplomats are supposed to choose their words very carefully. he was giving speeches on climate change and using the word diplomacy. i want -- do every single thing except but meddle in foreign affairs because you are not good at it? so i would rather have them doing more harm than good, do nothing. >> you want to defend? >> i'm not going to defend the statements because those were numb skull statements. frankly i've been critical on this president on israel and i have in the past. i will say this, kerry's second point was well-taken. if there is not a two state solution, if things continue the way they are, israel will no longer be a jewish state because demographics are not on their side. >> should he be saying that? >> should he be saying apartheid? absolutely not. >> should he be acknowledging -- >> of course he should. >> i'm sorry, no, let me say this. >> if you look at the demographi demographics, the demographics of the administration actua
, may have been the difference in the obama campaign meeting hillary clinton. >> i think when she met barack obama and met him because she didn't d an interview with barack obama, she walked out of that interview saying wow, so when he announced that he was going to run for president of the united states, she wanted to do anything she could to help him. she had never done that with anybody before. i think that that made a difference. but i also think barack obama inspired things in people that people hadn't seen in years. >> >> reporter: with the tv show coming to an end and "o" magazine going strong, winfrey set off on a new challenge, creating own, the oprah winfrey network. it got off to a rocky start. >> went through a period thinking, boy, i was number one for 25 years, and now that doesn't matter. there was all of this, you know, we call them haters who were almost celebrating that it was so difficult for her. that was jarring, but that didn't deter it. it just made her think i've got to work harder and she went in and took a close look at well, this doesn't work. she has a frie
appointees. you rule out merkel or clinton. >> you rule out, obviously, people who changed the world. steve jobs. i let that out of the bag. >> you think he'll be on the list. >> yes. >> there's no way i wouldn't put bill -- why are they we'll find minutes from now. >> 10. >> the producers think it's inside information. they're yelling. can you make money? are there futures on this? >> they are yelling us because it's time for commercial. thank you. see you again in a moment. >> a name also synonymous with luxury, good charm along with the first 25, we had the first on cnbc with the ceo of forest labs. the company joining the battle. yesterday it's making a deal before itself is acquired for tax reasons for $25 billion. brett saunders will join us 7:30 eastern. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 trading inspires your life. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 life inspires your trading. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 where others see fads... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 ...you see opportunities. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're here to help tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 turn inspiration into action. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 we have intuitive pla
country doesn't care. it goes back to the first bush, then clinton, then the second bush, and now obama. remember dana priest from 2007 exposed walter reed and that washington post and everybody in shock about that? she exposed so much of the environment they were in with roaches and rats everywhere and the conditions and how they were being treated, our vets. >> i've been to walter reed. walter reed was amazing to me in terms of the level or rehabilitation they would be able to provide these guys. >> this has been going on for years. >> the abuse. >> the abuse, the negligence, the lack of any kind of real care. i mean, we know vets where they go in for care and months later they are treated. they have to constantly be on them to get their basic care. >> listen, i mean no disrespect, these are our heros that put everything on the line for us. most people treat their dogs and cats better than we're treating -- >> i know. >> they have better health care, dogs and cats. >> they do. >> what happened here is not about ocbama or bush but coming up with a mandate, we guarantee that you'll be s
, clinton. you don't mind if i call you clinton, do you? i feel like i know you so well. on the night of the murders, you made short speeches dull dozer buried the kids in the dam, how does lester tell him. mississippi would be proud of you. you struck below blow for the white man. >> you have a stupid smile, can you see it? good. smile when the bulldozer ran none the black kids' bodies? did you? did you smile when a bodies are covered over? did you? did you smile that same stupid smile? didexdg you? make no mistake about it, deputy, i will cut your [bleep] head clear off and not give a [bleep] thousand reads in the report chief. >> now, that scene epitomizes how most decent people want to confront individual racism. but we can't. we can't. we have to leave it to the authorities. and understand that this country has come a very long way from the days when denying americans opportunity because of their skin color was acceptable in some places. now, racists pay a huge price. for the rest of his life, donald sterling will be a pariah. e. will not be celebrated anywhere or welcomed anywhe
lives were not important. remember with bill clinton, it's a private matter let's not talk about people's sexual preferences. why is this on full display? contraception. our sex lives is front and center. they are going after every aspect of your life. it's a total progressivism. a front of the first amendment. this is what they stand for and they reveal the worst side of themselves. >> he was orphaned when he was 13. his dad left his mom two weeks before she died. he went to georgetown. he passes on a bipartisan basis pension reform and then he decides to dedicate his life for public service and run for office. what i ask is what sort of quality are they fighting for if not the kind of success that he achieved? >> they certainly should be, this is a rogue group of liberal democratsr democrats who have no right to do. how about the right? >> i'm not going to try to turn into this something about the right. >> i'm asking you specifically are there any conservative groups in that district who have attacked him one way or another? >> yes, and i point that out. that it hasn't been universal
president clinton. he also represented the late marge schott when baseball forced her out as the owner of the cincinnati reds years ago after she was accused of racism. it will be very interesting to hear how mr. bennett feels this will all come to an end a little bit later. >> that's right. >> let's show you the markets, shall we. >> as we mentioned, the dow is up, bill, 23 points. this is index that still hasn't reclined its high, december 31st the end of last year is when he had the close high. had an intraday high. >> like a team that can't hold the lead. up 100 points on the open, and we see where it is right now. nasdaq, that's the big loser today. momentum stocks to blame. >> once again, the story there hasn't changed, it seems, in the last couple of weeks and the s&p 500 index, off two points to 1861, and we're looking at a more defensive tone to this market as we enter the final hour. >> a lot to talk about with our closing bell exchange. peter, give us some of the hits, runs and the errors here today. >> yes. >> once again the dow is higher on the open and then it fades into
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president clinton, come four square against, well, first obamacare, second the president is foot dragging on the xl keystone pipeline. the head of the union, a layoff long democrat he says this quote, for the record, our union was among those that twice supported the obama/biden ticket that does not negate our right and obligations to speak out when because of politics the administration fails to stand up for working people and the men and women we represent. >> job security, it's going to potentially get us independent, if it finally goes through. it's already been six years, folks. and was made by the president to delay this potentially after mid terms was dropped on good friday if you'll remember. the other thing about this is what message this is sending to canada, our northern ally. what message this is sending to vladimir putin. is this a message of weakness. >> obama administration grow a southwest antlers and take a message from popeye and eat some spinach, unquote. antlers and spinach, prescription for america. >> help your buddies in hollywood mad about the pipeline because of t
media. he comes at this from a media angle. think about bill clinton, i smoked but i didn't inhale and barack obama talking about dog a little blow and getting stoned and drunk day in and day out. nobody paid any attention to that. >> or president george w. bush who also admitted to smoking marijuana. >> the change is what i'm saying. >> what is changing is a gradual acceptance that people smoke weed and are protective members of society and what you saw in colorado could be the result of construction of elaborate taboos around the use of this and telling kids their hair will fall out and they are unable to cognate and unable to be productive members of society and try the drug and none of that happens and you lose the trust of your child and credibility of that child. >> listen, there might be a reefer madness aspect to that i would agree with, but it's when the kids smoke the second day of the week and the third day of the week, then -- >> the other thing is, too, sean, i agree with guy. i'm in the middle on this but you have to consider here if it's goingrecreational and you're
our reporting on this. also tent, hillary clinton receiving an endorsement from star trek. >> mrs. clinton would be the one to bring us together in some way. >> caution, you are about to enter the the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the cliven bundy controversy this that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. when the story broke about the feds going to nevada, to make a rancher pay gration fees, my staff did what it always does. we researched and found out the facts and those are these. cliven bundy broke the law for many years by not paying the fees that the federal government owns the land and that the state of nevada readily admits that jurisdiction in the grazing controversy. those are the facts. so, we presented them to you. and then mildly criticized the feds for overreacting. you may remember, judge napolitano and i spacekly said it's a waste of taxpayer money to conduct a raid and seize cattle. you simply use the legal system to eventually make bundy pay up. now, most of you agreed wit
is a private eye. he is locked up. >> yes, but do you know why? >> yes. >> all right, remember mrs. clinton, remember her husband used to be president? okay, they were going to remove him because he had monkeyed around with a young lady in the white house, right? someone came up with the former boyfriend of that young lady. and the quote that she was going to washington to get her presidential -- >> monica lewinsky. >> who do you think came up with that guy? >> anthony pellicano. >> you can say it was about wiretapping, but i don't know. >> some of the stories at the time were some of the biggest names in hollywood could be in trouble because of him going after ex-wives and that sort of thing. so you knew him, one evening you're having dinner at your ranch. and somebody who says they're from the fbi is at the other end. >> exactly. and i think that is where you come in and can't believe this incredible story. >> mct was prosecuted because he answered the phone and he spoke to an fbi agent on the phone, not under oath, not in person, this guy didn't present credentials or anything if that na
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